Jane Adams

A graduate of Smith College, Jane Adams holds a Ph.D. in social psychology and has studied at Seattle Institute of Psychoanalysis and the Washington, D.C. Psychoanalytic Foundation. She has been an award-winning journalist, a founding editor of the Seattle Weekly, and an adjunct professor at the University of Washington. She is the recipient of the Family Advocate of the Year award from “Changes,” an organization devoted to improving relationships between parents and adolescent children.

Jane Adams

A graduate of Smith College, Jane Adams holds a Ph.D. in social psychology and has studied at Seattle Institute of Psychoanalysis and the Washington, D.C. Psychoanalytic Foundation. She has been an award-winning journalist, a founding editor of the Seattle Weekly, and an adjunct professor at the University of Washington. She is the recipient of the Family Advocate of the Year award from “Changes,” an organization devoted to improving relationships between parents and adolescent children.
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Biography

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ane Adams is a writer, speaker, post-parenting coach and social psychologist who has been writing about how American women cope with social change over their lifetimes. Her current primary area of research is the intergenerational relationship between parents and their adult children.

She is the author of 13 books including :Women on Top: Success Passages and Personal Growth, and Making Good: Conversations With Successful Men. Among her other best-selling books are Sex and the Single Parent, I’m Still Your Mother; When Our Kids Disappoint Us; and Boundary Issues.

Her books have been adapted for television and translated into several languages.

Dr. Adams’ essays, columns and articles have appeared in major newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, More, Cosmopolitan, and Psychology Today. A founding editor of the Seattle Weekly, she blogs for the Huffrington Post, among other on-line publications, and lives in Seattle Washington.

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